FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS PORTLAND BRIDAL SHOW What time is the show? -The Portland Bridal Show is unique in having 5- ‘showtimes’ over 2 days. Due to being the most-attended show in Oregon, having more show-times allows you to plan your day with less likelihood of large crowds. -Showtimes: Saturday 10AM, 1PM, 4PM Sunday 10AM, 2PM Where do I get tickets? –We have several preferred ticket providers that allow you to select the type of ticket that fits your need. From big savings on advance general admission to premiere VIP experience. -A link to all ticket options available (as they go live) is found here Why should I register my wedding? –Registering your wedding enters you for exclusive offers, events and Portland’s best wedding contests from the show and preferred exhibitors. The info you share with us will ONLY be shared with exhibitors. How do I avoid the lines? -VIP Experience: The best way to ensure you do not have to wait in long lines is to reserve your VIP Experience tickets. When they are available, you will find them here: -Come on Sunday. Saturday (especially the first show) is always the busiest. What is the VIP treatment? -Avoid the lines: first in the door -Reserved seating for the fashion show -VIP room (1 hour prior to each showtime) including: Free commemorative photo Exclusive door prizes Live DJ Where do I register my wedding? –Find Info Here How do I find you on social media? -Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PortlandBridalShow -Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/PortlandBridalShow/ -Twitter: https://twitter.com/PDXBridalShow What if I have an issue that I can’t find the answer to? -Contact us form Are kids allowed? -Yes. Know that it can be crowded and, although we love them, we recognize it’s not planned as a ‘kid-friendly’ event and don’t encourage kids. Are strollers allowed? -Due to Convention Center insurance requirements and regulations by the fire Marshall, we are not allowed to have strollers inside the exhibit hall. Due to this, we have reserved a ‘stroller’ check-in area near the show office where you can store your stroller safely. How many exhibitors will be there? 150+ How do I write a review or take a survey? -Find Info Here What if I have an issue or need a refund on tickets? -To ensure the best service/experience for you, our tickets are handled by preferred ticket merchants. Customer service is available at the same place you purchased the tickets. How do I apply to be a model in the fashion show? -Find Info Here How will my email be used? -We only share emails with our show exhibitors. -They are required to manage email by all currently accepted standard, terms and conditions. -If you would like to be removed from our email list, please unsubscribe or reply to any received email from The Portland Bridal Show with the request and we will remove. -Please note that emails from exhibitors are not under our control (they are required to follow the law). Requests to be removed from exhibitor emails must be sent to the email ‘sender’. -We suggest setting up a temporary or ‘wedding’ related email and register using this email so you can manage much easier and your primary email will not receive unwanted email. What exhibitors will I see at the show? -Find Info Here What should I bring to the show? –Pre-Printed Address Labels/Business Cards- Many of the vendors will ask you for contact information and enter you in drawings to win prizes for your wedding day. Filling out your name and phone number over and over can get tiring. Business cards are another option. By using computer printed business cards you can include other information not found on a typical address label such as groom’s name and wedding date. Printing the cards on your home computer can save on the cost. -Checkbook-Some vendors offer special show discounts if you book them the day of the show. Keep in mind certain vendors can only handle one wedding per day and their date books fill quickly. For that must-have vendor, be ready to reserve your date! Who should attend? –Anyone planning a wedding- the couple, the parents, your designated planner. Plan to spend the day – bring the fiance, friends, bridal party, family. Support is good!